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New FamilySearch/Overland Travel Collaboration Makes finding Pioneer Ancestry Easier By The LDS Newsroom

The Church History Department of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is pleased to announce an exciting collaborative effort between their Overland Travel website and the FamilySearch website.

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Most Current Articles in Family

Unraveling the Allure of “Bad Boys”

Whether it’s art imitating life or vice versa, society at large seems to agree with a prevalent theme of pop culture: nice guys and good girls are boring, while bad boys and "girls gone wild" are attractive and exciting.

By Jonathan Decker
Your Hardest Family Question: Is it unhealthy to talk to others about my marriage?

I think it's important for me to be able to talk about things with my friends. My husband has asked me to stop talking about our marriage and other family issues with my girlfriends. What is your opinion about this?

By Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT
Recipe for the Perfect Picnic

Here are some tips for putting together the perfect picnic for Pioneer Day or any other summer day.

By Dennis Weaver
Discovering the Word of Wisdom: The Danger of Displacing Grain

In societies where people consume a largely whole food, plant-based diet founded on grains as the staff of life, they suffer from relatively few of the chronic illnesses that plague our society today.

By Jane Birch
Your Hardest Family Question: My husband says he doesn’t feel anything for me anymore

"I feel we have had love but my husband says all our struggles are due to the fact he doesn’t have those deep feelings and perhaps never really did?"

By Geoff Steurer, MS, LMFT
Praying for the One: You’re Doing It Wrong

What do church leaders say about finding your soulmate?

By Erin Ann McBride
Ice Cream Sandwiches

I fell in love with ice cream sandwiches as a kid. They are the perfect summer sandwich and these are a few ways to make them yourself.

By Dennis Weaver
Connections Between Fathering and Mothering

"Fathers feel more competent and capable when mothers believe that men can be as good at parenting as women can."

By Sean Brotherson
Punctuating Parenthood

“So, how was your trip to California? Did ya have fun?” “Not really,” he mumbled. “My back got burned!!” and in a flourish, he whipped off his shirt to reveal the peeling remnants of his clash with the California sun.

By Margaret Anderson